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By , September 28, 2010 10:40 pm

(news provided by Yahoo! Sports)

  1. Canadiens acquire Jeff Petry from Oilers for draft picks (The Associated Press):
    MONTREAL (AP) — The Montreal Canadiens have made the first major move on the morning of the NHL’s trade deadline day by acquiring Jeff Petry from the Edmonton Oilers for draft
  2. What We Learned: Are NHL trade prices really ‘too high’? (Puck Daddy):
    Today is the trade deadline and there’s probably not a lot that’s going to happen. Most of the big names are already off the board, and the price to acquire those remaining might be so prohibitive that contending teams largely avoid getting involved in bidding for them. But one thing you’re going to hear a lot today, and have heard for much of the last week, is that, “The price for [Player X] is too high.” Which is something I wonder about a lot. What constitutes “too high?” Here’s
  3. Canadiens snag Jeff Petry from Oilers to add to blueline (Puck Daddy):
    Jeff Petry of the Edmonton Oilers is one of those players whose name becomes three sizes too large at the trade deadline as a defenseman with an expiring contract. Seriously, how much mind have you paid Petry before the last few weeks? Edmonton excluded.  But Petry’s a solid stay-at-home type, and his contract is off the books after this season. Add in the fact that the Tampa Bay Lightning and the New York Rangers have added significantly to their defenses, and the Montreal Canadiens
  4. The Power Play Goal (Rotoworld):
    Alex Ovechkin leads the NHL in power play goals with 18. The surprise is that Claude Giroux is sixth overall with
  5. Seller’s market for NHL teams as trade deadline nears (The Associated Press):
    General managers, count your draft picks. In the days leading to Monday’s NHL trade deadline, draft picks have been moving at a swift pace. Already the Toronto Maple Leafs, Carolina Hurricanes and Arizona Coyotes have gotten first-round picks for Cody Franson and Mike Santorelli, Andrej Sekera and Antonie Vermette, and older players like Kimmo Timonen and Jaromir Jagr have fetched second-rounders and more. On Sunday, the New York Rangers acquired All-Star defenseman Keith Yandle from the
  6. Paul Stastny scores winner in Blues’ 2-1 victory over Oilers (The Associated Press):
    The St. Louis Blues didn’t get the easy ride they might have hoped for against the Oilers, but they did get out of Edmonton with the two points they needed. Paul Stastny scored the winning goal with 5:40 left and added an assist as the Blues edged the host Oilers 2-1 on Saturday night. ”We made it a little harder on ourselves than it needed to be, but in this league, anyone can win on any night,” St. Louis goalie Brian Elliott said. ”It was an unbelievable goal by (Stastny) to kind of
  7. NHL-Highlights of Saturday’s NHL games (Reuters):
    Highlights of Saturday’s National Hockey League games: – – – Red Wings 4, Predators 3 The Detroit Red Wings rallied with two third-period goals to edge out the Nashville Predators 4-3 on Saturday. Defenseman Alexey Marchenko tied the contest at 3:56 with his first goal in 13 games and Tomas Tatar supplied the winner at 9:42 for his 25th goal of the season. Goalie Jonas Gustavsson (3-2-1), called up in place of regular starter Jimmy Howard, made 37 saves as Detroit (35-15-11) handed the
  8. Toronto assistant GM Kyle Dubas talks Leafs, luck & analytics: ‘It’s not magic’ (Yahoo Sports):
    Toronto Maple Leafs assistant GM Kyle Dubas goes in-depth on analytics and how he hopes to use advanced stats to turn the Original Six franchise around: “It’s not magic. It’s a process, and it’s hard work, and it’s difficult, and you have to push your way through
  9. Trade Deadline Preview (Rotoworld):
    The NHL trade deadline is this Monday, so read up on what we know so
  10. Clarkson trade fall-out; trade deadline madness; Sopel retires (Puck Headlines) (Puck Daddy):
    Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. Toronto Sun sports cover for Friday. Big Clarkson trade. #Leafs pic.twitter.com/oCozHmBasm — Mike Koreen (@Mkor1980) February 27, 2015 • Yeesh, Toronto. Tell us how you really feel about David Clarkson… [Mike Koreen] • Bruce Arthur believes with David Clarkson gone to Columbus, there is a ‘massive weight’ off

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